Infostani International: In a decisive prelude to the February 8 general elections, MQM-P leaders, led by Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, thanked Karachi residents for their robust turnout at Bagh-e-Jinnah. Pledging to return the city to its people, they emphasized Karachi’s pivotal role in Pakistan. Mustafa Kamal, Dr. Farooq Sattar, Nasreen Jalil, and Anis Kaimkhani echoed this commitment, challenging rivals and envisioning a prosperous future for Karachi and the nation.
MQM-P Leadership Addresses Massive Karachi Rally, Declaring Citizen Verdict Ahead of General Elections
On Sunday, MQM-P Convener Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui declared that his party had foreseen the citizens of Karachi expressing their verdict on January 21, preceding the general elections on February 8. He thanked the residents of Karachi for their massive turnout at the party’s rally held at Bagh-e-Jinnah in connection with the upcoming polls.
Siddiqui asserted that those who love Pakistan must also love Karachi, emphasizing the party’s commitment to the city and the nation. He proclaimed that the true representatives of Karachi had manifested their presence at the gathering, expressing gratitude for the residents’ loyalty.
Furthermore, Siddiqui pledged that the MQM-P would fulfill all promises made to the people of Karachi, assuring them that the city would be handed over to them in recognition of their support.
During the rally, MQM-P leader Mustafa Kamal claimed that the substantial turnout had thwarted the PPP’s significant investments in the city. He ridiculed PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari’s ambitions, questioning his ability to secure a top position without MQM-P’s support.
Kamal contended that the massive rally not only shattered Bilawal’s dream of becoming the premier but also posed a threat to the PPP’s hold on the position of Sindh chief minister. He emphasized that only the MQM-P, in alliance with the PML-N, could ensure the prosperity of Karachi, Sindh, and position Pakistan among the world’s fastest-growing countries. Kamal expressed hope that the country would vote for the MQM’s traditional electoral symbol, the kite, on February 8.
MQM-P Rally Leaders Decry 15 Years of Hardship, Pledge Solutions, and Declare Victory for Unbiased Governance
Leader Dr. Farooq Sattar stated at the rally that the last 15 years were the worst in the country’s history, alleging that the biased provincial government had deprived Karachi’s youth of jobs and education. He claimed that the rally signaled the end of biased parties’ influence, including the PPP, and a victory for the MQM-P.
Sattar promised that if the MQM-P came into power on February 8, it would address issues like gas load shedding that had affected Karachi, which paid the highest taxes.
Leader Nasreen Jalil, addressing the rally, highlighted the unity of Sindhis, Balochs, Pashtuns, Punjabis, and Mohajirs, declaring that the successful gathering was a referendum, symbolizing the unstoppable development of Pakistan. Anis Kaimkhani echoed this sentiment, declaring the people of Karachi had declared the victory of the MQM-P through today’s successful public gathering.